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contacted the editor of "the san francisco chronicle" suggesting she could write a better advice column than the one that was in the paper at the time. her pen name abigail van buren. the column was a huge hit. she was syndicated within two months. it would become the most widely syndicated column in the world. phillips' sister was a well known columnist ann landers. her advice was beloved for its wit, humor, and practical kalt. her daughter gene phillips started sharing the dear abby byeline and took over the column fully when the family announced that phillips had been diagnosed with alzheimer's. gene phillips said today i have lost my mother, my mentor, my best friend. my mother leaves very big high heels to fill. colleen phillips, dear abby, was 94 years old. >>> and manti te'o. a rare defensive player to become a heisman finalist known for his heartwarming triumph over tragedy after playing through the death of his girlfriend, or so we thought. now we learned it was all a hoax, but who was the victim here? what did notre dame know and when did the school know it about te'o. john yang is
, in san francisco in particular, that have made you more passionate even about this issue. >> i think any of us who have been victims of gun violence, gabby, ron barber, any of us who have survived, feel an obligation to speak out and to do something because the lives that were lost should not have been lost in vain. much like the families that are grieving in newtown and will rise up on this issue, they want to make sure that the lives of those little children are not lost in vain. >> do you sense a change in attitude in congress? i know you're not back in session yet, but you were after newtown. has this changed anything, or is there a very short window and things have to be acted on quickly while the memories are still so raw? >> i do think we have to act quickly, because there is a super structure within many organizations to try and tamp down any effort. since 2004, there have been efforts that have been very successful in congress to undue laws that were in place that gave us the ability to track criminals, to track the data around guns, to develop the kinds of laws to protect law-a
was gunned down and died in an office shooting in san francisco way back when i first came to the senate in the early 1990s, and he threw helms on top of his wife and saved her life. this changed me in many ways because it showed me the hole many your heart that you have, and i think what happened in sandy hook put a hole in america's heart, so i think this is a changed moment for us. when you see that almost 90% of the people support background checks, so we make sure guns do not get in the hands of the mentally ill, criminals, people who would harm others or do harm to themselves, that's commonsense. it isn't about taking gun rights away at all. it has nothing to do with that. i think if america would understand that we lose in two years more people from gun violence than we lost in ten years in the vietnam war, this is a crisis i can only hope that we will move forward with a good plan. i think the president has laid one out. it includes school safety, which i'm an advocate of. i'm pleased about that. if ever there was a moment, andrea, this is the moment. >> senator barbara boxer, se
involved in the dealmaking. >>> anti-gay comments of a san francisco 49er have a lot of people upset. he has not been suspended from the super bowl and some are asking why. it's the "news nation" gut check.
senators are reportedly involved in the dealmaking. >>> anti-gay comments of a san francisco 49er have a lot of people upset. he has not been suspended from the super bowl and some are asking why. it's the "news nation" gut check. ♪ if it wasn't for you ♪ don't know what i'd do ♪ i'd have nothing to prove [ male announcer ] zales is the diamond store. take an extra 10 percent off storewide now through sunday. >>> hi, everyone. i'm tamron hall. following big breaking news. the tense back and forth withi the last 30 minutes
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